Papsukkal is the messenger god in the Akkadian pantheon. He is identified in late Akkadian texts and is known chiefly from the Hellenistic period. His consort is Amasagnul, and he acts as both messenger and gatekeeper for the rest of the pantheon. A sanctuary, the E-akkil is identified from the Mesopotamian site of Mkish. Papsukkal was syncretized with Ninshubur, the messenger of the goddess Inanna.
Papsukkal was the regent of the tenth month in the Babylonian calendar.
Michael Jordan, Encyclopedia of Gods, Kyle Cathie Limited, 2002
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